Resources on this page may reference Flipgrid, the previous name of Flip, but all functions remain the same.  

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Overview

Grade levels: Primary, Intermediate, Middle, High

Flip (formerly Flipgrid) is a social learning platform that allows educators to pose a prompt that allows students  to respond in a video format. When used purposefully, Flip is an engaging way for teachers to foster discussion and collaboration in a space that feels like the best parts of social media discussion without the free-for-all feeling of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or Tik Tok. Students can respond via the Flip app or website with any camera-enabled device or by uploading a previously recorded video. Responses can be 15 seconds to five minutes, and a maximum recording time can be set by the instructor. Teachers can also allow students to record replies to classmates' responses.  --- (Common Sense Education)

Learning How

ISTE Standards for Students

Ideas for Use

NOTE:  As with any communication tool, focus on creating a culture of respect by setting clear expectations in advance. 

Visit  Catch the Flipgrid Fever for 50 + tips, tricks, and innovative ideas for classroom use.

Check out the Flipgrid Discovery Library for extensive examples of Flipgrid in practice!